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Saturday, June 30, 2018

How to Write and Learn PHP Program for Beginner

Advanced programmers know a secret. The secret that they know relates to how a PHP program is constructed.
Here is the secret:
"Complex programs are built up from simple programs. If you can learn how to create a simple program, you can learn how to build a complex program, no matter how complicated."
A program can be constructed of only a few lines. They always start the same way. Start with the PHP start tag, followed by your programming code, and last by the PHP end tag.
Example 1:

//statement to show on web ending with (;)

The PHP program shown above has only 3 lines. Line 1 & 3 are the start and end tags, line 2 is your functional code. In this case however, line 2 is a comment and will not perform any specific action other than to remind you of something. Comments are not processed by the interpreter. Once a comment is encountered, it is basically ignored.
Example 2:

This is the first time I learn php;
This is repeat that I learn php;

The code in example 1 behaves exactly as the code in example 2. Even though example 2 has 2 more lines. If you noticed, the additional lines in example 2 are only comments. Once again they are ignored by the PHP interpreter (PHP Engine).
If there is one comment or multiple comments, the interpreter will act the same way. It will ignore any comments that it finds.
Example 3:

Echo “This is the first time I learn php”;
Echo “This is repeat that I learn php”;


In example 3 you will see your first functioning PHP program. The 'echo' command was added to this program, located on line 3. An 'echo' statement is a built in PHP command that will output whatever follows it to the screen. Anytime you want to output something using PHP to the screen, web browser, or visual display. Use the simple 'echo' command.
As you can see, the words This is the first time I learn php ' follows the 'echo' command. It is very important to enclose the words that you want 'echoed' on the screen inside single or double quotes. This way the echo command knows from what character to start with, and
what character to end with, as it generates the output to the screen.
When the echo command is called, it takes the contents inside the quotes, and sends it out to the screen - minus the quotes. So the output would be:
My First Real Program
Example 4:

Echo “This time you are learn php with easy way”;


The output to this program would be:
This time you are learn php with easy way

When you start programming, there is no limit to how many comments and commands you can enter in your program. Go ahead, try it yourself. As you get better you won't need so many comments to remind you of what you are doing in your program.

Complex programs are made up of simple programs. Learning how to mix simple commands together, along with PHP start and end tags makes a fully functioning PHP program. As you are learning, a good suggestion is to add as many comments as you need to help remember what you are doing. Comments are like taking notes that you can refer back to. As you get better at programming, you will naturally enter less comment. The PHP 'echo' command outputs characters to the screen. Enclose all characters after an 'echo' command with single or double quotes.

Congratulations, you just wrote your first PHP program.

How To Choose A Domain Name for Your Business

From a marketing perspective, the domain is the single most important element of your website. If your website was a shop, the domain name would have had the function of a storefront. It would tell people walking on the street what kind of shop it is. All domains have the same structure, the only way for a user to tell the difference between them is if they contain any sensible keywords. For example,  or , if it wasn't for their extremely strong brands, no one would have any idea of that they actually were search engines.

If you look at the facts, almost all of the top 100 most linked-to websites have all gibberish names like: Wikipedia, YouTube, Facebook, Amazon... This is where most people commit their mistakes. They think that it doesn't matter which domain name they choose. YouTube is irrelevant to the website and still successful, why can't I do the same with my domain? The answer to that question is; websites like YouTube or Google did not get popular because of their domains, they had such outstanding products that it wouldn't matter whatever they were called. At this point their brands have grown so strong that their weird names have become an advantage.

They get associated with their products and many times their brands can be used as synonyms to their products. But if becoming one of the greatest websites online isn't your goal, there is no real advantage of using a random domain name which is hard to pronounce or spell. Who will search for  when they are looking for game templates? An irrelevant or nonsensical domain name will probably hurt your website, making it harder for users and search engines to associate your website with whatever you are targeting.

For almost all websites, a search friendly content-related domain is what's best. If you can include any of your keywords or phrases of prefer in your domain, it is really good for your keyword rankings. For example, if someone searches for "Facebook" on Google, it is most likely that  will be the top search result. That is why it is important to include any of your keywords in your domain. If you for example own a hotel in Berlin, the best domain name for you would be berlinhotelexample. Then you will most likely be top rated in the search results for "Berlin hotel".

What to think about when registering a domain name?
What if you can't include your best keyword in your domain?
What if all your primary ideas of domains are already taken?
This is where you have to be creative, how can you combine your keywords?
Do you have to make the domain name longer?
Are there any other synonyms of your keywords that you can use?

How to find the best domain name
A good advice for you while working with your domain name ideas is to use some very helpful online tools. The first thing you want to do is to find the right keywords to use in your domain. These questions might make it easier for you to find those:

What niche has your website?

What is the main topic of your website (doesn't have to be a niche)?
Which keywords can possibly be won on Google?
Which keywords are most frequent in your content?

Find the most frequent keywords:

If you pick a co
mmon keyword from a specific webpage into your domain name, it will improve its search ranking for the keyword. If you don't know your most frequent keywords, there are easy ways to calculate it. Just copy all text that you want to include in your search, visit findkeywords, paste in your text, press "find keywords" and boom, you got your most frequent keywords.

Brainstorming domain names:

When you got at least 10 keywords that you want to include in domain name, next thing is to do is to combine them to the perfect available domain name. When working with a domain name, the number one place to be is . When you got there, go to "brainstorming" from the menu bar. Type in your keywords, choose your extension, tick in the show only available domains button. Then just play around with this tool until you've found what you're looking for. If you don't get many results from your searches, you can try the "add random affixes" or "create permutations"  mentioned before, be creative when finding a domain name. You can be almost as creative as you like but there are some things that you should avoid with your domain name.

Avoid hyphens

Do not make your domain name to long
Avoid uncommon TLDs (.ws  for example)
Do not include any trademarked content (people have been sued before)

Tips - Buying an expired or already existing domain can be a solution when searching for the perfect domain. Just remember that you will most likely start from scratch whatever way you choose.

When the content or owner of a domain has changed, the PageRank of it will reset. Buy a domain for the name itself, not for ranking and backlinks.

Friday, June 29, 2018

Several Thing if we want Repair Laptop

When looking for a laptop repair shop, many consumers are as skeptical as they would be when buying a used car, or looking for car repair. Like the auto industry, there is no shortage of laptop repair operations that are more than happy to take advantage of people who are left without any choice but to trust them. And usually these places overcharge more then regular price, are not concerned with retaining you as a repeat customer, and/or will not thoroughly repair the laptop at all. In most cities in towns though, there are plenty of honest and hardworking PC repair techs, and its likely you'll be looking for one eventually if you use a laptop daily. Below are a several key points to consider when looking for a new laptop repair guy.

How to find laptop repair shop?
Word of mouth is always reliable, but not always available. If you have been living in the same area for a long time, or happen to know several folks in your town, ask around. Chances are that if you have 3 friends at least one of them has used a local laptop repair service. Additionally, and more actually, using an internet search is a great (maybe the greatest) way to find a laptop repair business. Here's why; making a website easily searchable and visible is something that requires a specific knowledge and skill, by the time someone has created a website that looks professional, and made it easily searchable for their geo-specific area, they likely are knowledgeable and professional in the technology field.

How to tell a repair shop is a good one?
First impressions are key. How does their advertising look? Does their website/signs/business card look like it was designed by a technology professional? Does the desk clerk answer questions/have any relevant knowledge? Does the space or building look like a legitimate business, or a sham operation someone is running out of their house? Most laptop repair shops offer at least a few basic services, like laptop screen replacement, virus removal, hard drive replacement, and increasing processing speed. Be wary of laptop store that only bid, or admit to "specialize" in one service. and it have strategy location as laptop market area.

What makes a laptop repair business better than another?
There is a little distinct and important quality that separates the bad from the good, and the good from the great PC repair shops. First, ask about turnaround time. Laptop repair takes time; especially when specific parts need to be ordered, but no one wants to be without their PC for a month to get a new hard drive installed. Most laptop repair jobs will take a few hours once they are actually started. If the shop tries to convince you then need weeks for the repair, or are so busy they won't get to your job for weeks, find another company. Next, ask about a warranty or guarantee on the work. There are little of third party tech cannot insure of laptop manufactures parts, but you need to know that if they break your laptop further, or it breaks shortly after you get it back, that you have some recourse. Most good shops will warranty their work for 30-90 days. Another thing to consider is the size of the company. So many huge companies like Best Buy and Geek Squad are safe, because they are likely to have the most extensive warranties and insurance policies, but are often expensive, and will apply general solutions to your laptop, rather than thoroughly solve any problems. Smaller shops are more likely to solve very specific problems, and work around sensitive needs, but you run the risk of dealing with illegitimate businesses. Use your best judgment. Finally, but surely not least important is the pricing. Some shops charge per hour, and others charge flat rates. Like with autos, many repairs consist of laptop parts and labor to work on it, where a shop will charge for a part plus an hour or two of service. At present day between $60-$80 dollars is a competitive hourly rate for laptop repair, as most repairs like hard disk replacement or virus removal will only take 1-3 human hours. Not often though, hourly rates for very easy repair (like a very tiny or regular part replacement, or a simple setting changed) may not be the best solution, and good shops will charge a flat fee. Most shops realize the cost of your laptop, and will let you know if the cost of the repairs is going to exceed the benefit of simply replacing the laptop with a new one. Be wary of things that sound outlandish. Surpassing with minimum $150 for virus removal is getting close to rip-offish. When you need a part of subtituted on a laptop you must paid $400 dollars for and you are quoted $500 dollars, find a new shop.